Azzurri has bagged a managed services deal with animal charity the PDSA to modernise its infrastructure and transition its network to the cloud.
Under the terms of the deal, Azzurri will connect more than 50 of the PDSA's hospitals, over 180 shops, its head office and regional offices, to its Intelligent Cloud Optimised Network (ICON) to combine its voice and data networks into one.
The firm claims the deal, for an undisclosed sum, will mean enhanced resilience, security and scalability for the charity along with a single point of contact for its networking needs.
Janusz Parylo, head of IT and digital technology at the PDSA said: “We have enjoyed a strong working relationship with Azzurri since the company first deployed our VoIP system in 2010. The quality of their work to date combined with the strength of their proposal gives us confidence that we have made the right decision.
"We were particularly impressed that Azzurri really took the time to understand our needs. Furthermore, we have established a close working relationship with regular face-to-face meetings with our account management and technical teams who understand our environment."
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